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Why are such a lot of ladies unmarried, such a lot of males resisting marriage, and such a lot of gays and lesbians having babies?
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Gender and faith 2d Edition investigates the assertion that the main international religions think of girls to be not as good as males through reviewing the spiritual tracts and legislation on the subject of girls. offering the socio-political context during which those principles built, Barbara Crandall finds that none of them invented the concept that, yet authorised it because the customized of human society the place and while each one began.
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